Enoch movie was reviewed by Daddy E.A Adeboye three times before it was released – Evang. Mike Bamiloye

The President of Mount Zion Faith Ministries  Evang. Mike Bamiloye, who is also one of the Executive Producers of the movie ‘ENOCH’ has taken to his social media space to appreciate the crew members and cast who contributed to the success of the project.

GFNG had earlier reported that the movie ‘Enoch’ which chronicles the true life story of the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor E.A Adeboye hits 1,000,000 views on YouTube in 4days.

Also, Evang. Mike Bamiloye has also taken his time to celebrate the crew members and cast involved in the project noting that the movie is also the product of their patience and endurance.

According to him, the movie was worked on by 70 crew members, 300 cast members and it took almost a year to produce.

He further noted that the movie was reviewed 3 times by Pastor E.A Adeboye himself and the crew and cast had to shoot again some corrections made.

In his words; “ENOCH” hits over 1.000.000 views on YouTube in 4 DAYS, With Several Downloads

About 70 Production Crew Members, About 300 Cast Members, About One Year in Production.

Reviewed 3 Times by our Daddy E.A. ADEBOYE as we went back on Location to shoot and reshoot corrections.

Original duration of the Movie was 4hra 28mins meant to be in 2 Parts.  But re-edited with reshoots into 2 hours Movie.  Finally approved after the 3 Location shoots.

Reward of Patience and Endurance. May God bless all Casts and Crew.

“Enoch movie project took the team about six months” – Executive Producer, Kemi Sodeinde

GFNG had earlier reported that Enoch is a joint production by Solid Rock Foundations and the Mount Zion Film Productions, the movie titled Enoch is an eponymous film based on the inspiring life, calling, and ministry of Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye.

Inspired by the Holy Spirit, the movie’s concept was birthed by Kemi Sodeinde who is also the Executive Producer of the movie while the story was written by Evangelist Damilola Mike-Bamiloye.

In this exclusive interview with an online blog, Kemi Filani, Kemi Sodeinde, the executive producer of ENOCH, opens up on the inspiration behind the movie and more.

Read the excerpts below:

Let’s meet you ma.

My name is Oluwakemi Sodeinde

The executive producer of the movie, Enoch. I run a media production company called Solid Rock Foundation and we produce only Christian movies.

-How long have you been a filmmaker?

I started producing gospel

Movies in 2020

-What prompted you to go into filmmaking?

It was during the Covid-19 pandemic. The Lord told me to retreat and spend time with  Him for the next stage of my life and ministry, and not to be distracted by the news and focus on what He was saying at the time.

It was during this time of seeking the face of God that I was lead again to do a course in Christian Drama Ministry, which I did and that was how the journey began.

-What was the motivation to shoot Enoch?

It was in September 2020, after our annual Women’s convention that I got the inspiration to produce a biopic movie on Pastor E.Adeboye and I approached Daddy GO with my intentions, and in 2021 he gave me written approval, to go ahead to produce the movie.

Can you describe how you felt when you received the approval to shoot the movie? 

It was an assurance that indeed the inspiration was from God. That God indeed is faithful to His words and that when He gives an assignment He will see to it that He brings it to pass.

-How long did it take you to research and make the film?

It took the team about six months.

-What challenges did you face on the set of Enoch?

This is the biggest movie ever produced and first movie shot completely in Nigeria and involved moving to different locations.

It was a very good experience, good teamwork and a lot to learn from shooting a biopic like this.

-How has it been navigating your path as a producer?

It’s been a lot to take on but also a learning curve for me.

-What has been the push to keep doing what you do?

The number of souls we are able to reach through movies is far more than going on evangelism, preaching in church or missions. It’s a global audience with more souls to reach.

-How do you juggle between your career and filmmaking?

Film making is a ministry and a spiritual mandate to reach the world through gospel movie. I am coping well.

-Where do you see yourself in the in 5  years?

I see myself reaching more souls through gospel movies and seeing Solid Rock Foundation becoming a household name and people looking forward to movies from our stables.

-What’s your anticipation about ENOCH?

To bring in a global harvest

The purpose and inspiration is purely for a global harvest of souls.